TAG: crabgrass

Crabgrass has national reach

August 5, 2019By
Photo: Corteva Agriscience

Lawn care pros across the country should be ready to confront crabgrass. read more

What you should know about crabgrass

April 23, 2019By
Crabgrass (Photo: FMC)

We provide lawn care operators with pointers for identifying and contending with crabgrass, one of turf's most prevalent and pesky problems read more

Nipped in the Bud

March 20, 2019By

Lawn care operators can control crabgrass after it emerges using Dimension Specialty Herbicide, as well as using a number of cultural practices. When the redbud trees begin to bloom, or when the first signs of growth start to appear on the forsythia bush, lawn care operators can be certain that crabgrass is not too far behind. “In general crabgrass will... read more

Take back your turf

January 16, 2019By
Crabgrass (Photo: Gil del rosario, Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of Dow DuPont)

Crabgrass and goosegrass are two of the most prevalent turf nuisances in the country. Here are a few tips LCOs can use to identify and control these troublesome grassy weeds. Crabgrass Know your enemy: Upright-growing, summer annual grassy weed that grows in patches; Yellowish-green in color; As it germinates, the wide leaf blade is generally wider than turfgrasses; Large crabgrass... read more

Dow AgroSciences: Dimension specialty herbicide

March 19, 2018By

Only Dimension® specialty herbicide controls crabgrass preemergence and early postemergence, eliminating the need to switch products after crabgrass has germinated. This longer window gives turf managers more application flexibility during their busy spring season. For preemergence control, Dimension can be applied up to eight weeks prior to crabgrass germination. For early postemergence control, it can be applied up to crabgrass... read more

Syngenta: Barricade Herbicide

November 6, 2016By
Syngenta: Barricade Herbicide

Barricade® herbicide from Syngenta offers you a guaranteed crabgrass control program. A single fall application will control next season’s crabgrass, providing you maximum application flexibility. Its low solubility and volatility means it stays in the weed germination zone and will not break down, even after heavy rain or snow. As a result, you can spread out your workload to make... read more